The Musical Theatre Issue Nov/Dec 2018
The theme of this edition of The Dramatist is musical theatre. Containing a series of roundtables about musical bookwriting (moderated by Marsha Norman), orchestrations (moderated by Kirsten Childs), and rhyme (moderated by Stephen Sondheim), this issue also explores how dramatists approach writing the book to a musical as opposed to a play and what dramatists should know about working with orchestrators. Additionally, Adrienne Kennedy responds to Ten Questions about being a writer, Lindsay Ferrentino answers questions about The Craft and Daniel Goldfarb explains "Why I Joined the Guild."
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